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16 April 2019, 12:16 | Tara Lloyd
American Airlines extends Boeing 737 Max cancellations through August
Twitter erupted Monday morning when President Donald Trump shared his branding expertise with Boeing, after American Airlines announced it was cancelling Boeing's Max 737 flights through mid-August.
One of America's largest airlines is cancelling 115 flights a day because of fears over the safety of the Boeing 737 Max aircraft.
On the heels of American Airlines' Sunday announcement that it would keep its Boeing 737 Max fleet grounded until at least August 19, President Trump weighed in with some advice for the aircraft's maker.
Boeing 737 Max 8 and 9 jets have been grounded in the United States since March 13, when the FAA concluded that it needed to investigate "the possibility of a shared cause" between the two crashes.
Haftar's forces in Libya to continue offensive to Tripoli
This year, he took Libya's south with its oilfields. "They also called on all forces to de-escalate and halt military activity". But they failed to detail enforcement mechanisms if the Libyan strongman refused to commit to a political solution.
Booming demand along with the grounding of Boeing's 737 Max aircraft is biting into Northern Hemisphere spring and summer schedules.
He added: "No product has suffered like this one".
The Boeing 737 MAX 8 remains grounded in the US following two deadly crashes under similar circumstances within a matter of months.
The advice comes after Boeing CEO expressed "the enormous gravity" that the company felt regarding Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 and Lion Air Flight 610 crashes. According to the publication, he surrendered ownership of Trump Shuttle to creditors in 1990 after he wasn't making enough money. But again, what the hell do I know?'
British PM asks EU to delay Brexit until June 30
In fact the June 30 date was Theresa May's request of her fellow leaders at last month's European summit. Such a long extension means Britain would be required to hold elections for the European parliament.
A software upgrade for an anti-stall system is being developed at the Chicago-based Boeing company.
Ivanka Trump today honored the victims of the Ethiopian Airlines crash by attending a special ceremony and laying a wreath in the country's capital Addis Ababa during her tour of Africa.
"This has without a doubt damaged Boeing's reputation and we foresee a dent to the (Boeing) brand's value at over $12 billion", Chief Executive David Haigh said by email when asked about Trump's comments.
No turning back from Russian Federation S-400 deal - Turkey
It was reported in November 2016 that Turkey was in talks with Russian Federation on purchasing S-400 air defense missile systems. Ankara has been establishing closer links with Russian Federation after recent souring of its ties with the USA and Europe.
Hillary Clinton says Assange must answer for what he's done
Swedish prosecutors have said the case could be reopened before the statute of limitations for the rape claim ends in August 2020. The United Nations called for Assange's right to a fair trial to be respected during any extradition process.
SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch from Cape Canaveral successful
The satellite is created to provide television, internet, telephone, and secure communications to customers in the Middle East. Today's landing shows that not only can the rocket launch a payload into orbit, but it can also successfully return to Earth.
Tiger Woods wins Masters to claim first major since 2008
DeChambeau used a 7-iron on the 170-yard shot, settling it on the right side of the hole and letting it roll down to the cup. I couldn't sit, couldn't lay down. "Luckily I had the procedure on my back, which gave me a chance at having a normal life".
India claims space debris poses minimal threat
Commenting on P Chidambaram's statement on Mission Shakti, Reddy said that a mission of this nature can't be kept secret. Some 150 scientists worked round-the-clock and some 2,000 components were sourced from 50 private industries.
SpaceX Readies First Falcon Heavy Launch for Paying Customer
Lockheed Martin built the satellite, along with a second one, for Arabsat as part of a batch of contracts worth $650 million. When the rocket flew a year ago , its two side boosters made synchronized landings on side-by-side ground pads in Florida.
Sudanese Want 'Immediate' Move to Civilian Rule
Ibn Ouf had served as Bashir's defence minister right up to the president's downfall, after three decades of iron-fisted rule. Riyadh also announced a package of humanitarian aid, including petroleum products, wheat and medicines.